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Presentation to LIFT Asia 2008 that introduces some lite examples of mobile phone and laptop use behaviours from around the world, and some trends that will shape emerging practices.

Presentation to LIFT Asia 2008 that introduces some lite examples of mobile phone and laptop use behaviours from around the world, and some trends that will shape emerging practices.

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  • Presentation for a thread on Techno-Nomadic Life at the LIFT Asia Conference, September 5 th 2008, http://www.liftconference.com For photo credits – see individual slides. Thanks to the extended research team who make all this happen.` This and related research can be downloaded from http://www.janchipchase.com/publications.
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